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July 26, 2014

TYWBBQ INVASION CONTINUES

WE WIN...NUFF SAID!

May 26, 2014

A BRUSH EVEN A BALD MAN CAN LOVE!

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.  Henry Ward Beecher

This quote will appear on the TrashMan's grave stone and I will be buried with my new Grill Brush from the folks at Mr. Grill!  I've always looked at myself as more of a surgeon when it comes to BBQ, cooking my succulent dishes with razor sharp precision.  As it turns out, this Memorial Day I ventured into the artistic side of my culinary expression while wielding this new brush like the Mighty Thor's Hammer Mj√∂lnir.
This is the second product I've had the chance to review from Mr. Grill. Check out the review I did on their new Grill Gloves a while back.  As you can see above, the Mr. Grill Gloves have become a staple in my BBQ cooks and are used daily with the TrashWife commandeering them in favor of pot holders in the kitchen.  I'm ashamed to admit that this Mr. Grill Brush is actually the first grill brush I have ever owned.  Up until this weekend, I always sacrificed a ball of aluminum foil to the God of Recycling when cleaning my grill or can.  Never again my friends!!

The Mr. Grill Brush is made out of an oak handle with brass bristles.  It has a nice leather loop on the end to hang on your grill or mount above the mantle next to your 2nd place trophies.  The MSRP on this bad boy is about $19.99 and can be purchased through the Mr. Grill Amazon page.  The bristles on this thing are very sturdy and the nontraditional design allows you to really get into the nooks and crannies of your grill and get the grime out. The triangular open design makes it a cinch to cleanup as well in a sink.  The functionality and craftsmanship of this brush are outstanding!

BEFORE
AFTER
For me, cleanup is an after thought--especially after an entire day maning the redneck microwave.  This new brush is going to make it a snap.  I would highly recommend anyone in the market for a new brush to travel over to Mr. Grill and pick one of these fine Grill Brush's up.

LOVE, PEACE and SMOKE
The TrashMan
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March 30, 2014

FIRST STEP IN SOLVING A PROBLEM IS ADMITTING YOU HAVE ONE!

I takes a big man to admit he is wrong. The last six months have seen my 6'2" body change a bit from about 205lbs to just under 190lbs with a bit of a diet change and some serious daily exercise. I was always in pretty good shape, but now I'm getting solid.  Why do you care? Because I'm not as big as I used to be...but still big enough to admit the error's of my ways.
The GranPounder of Pilsner and I have had a running feud going on 11 years about the benefits of booze in your body.  I am a staunch 2 beers a month man and the Pounder is on the opposite end of the spectrum. For years I hammered him and had that Holier than Thou attitude about my righteous lifestyle.  Can you believe I was wrong this entire time?  It's bad enough GranPorky has beaten 2:1 heads up in rib competitions...now I have to eat this crow???  Time to drown my sorrows...


Beer marinade could reduce levels of potentially harmful substances in grilled meats
The smells of summer — the sweet fragrance of newly opened flowers, the scent of freshly cut grass and the aroma of meats cooking on the backyard grill — will soon be upon us. Now, researchers are reporting that the very same beer that many people enjoy at backyard barbeques could, when used as a marinade, help reduce the formation of potentially harmful substances in grilled meats. The study appears in ACS' Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.



I am officially two drunk to properly finish off this post!  You win...

VOMIT, HANGOVERS and JOHN DANIELS
The TrashMan
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February 25, 2014

THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD, AND THE Q'NIVERSE!!

Is there nothing left that won't kill us Q'Believers?  I can take too much sugar, I can take too much sun, hell I can even take too much water...but the line must be drawn at BBQ!!!!  Who is with me???

Fried, barbecued meats may increase Alzheimer's risk



http://www.healthline.com/health-news/seniors-diet-may-contribute-to-dementia-022414